The Drugs Monitoring Platform is managed by the Paris Pact Initiative, the Afghan Opiate Trade Project of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and the UNODC Regional Office for Central Asia (ROCA).

This is a unique global online tool for collecting, monitoring and sharing a wide range of drug-related data and features an interactive online mapping resource.

The Drugs Monitoring Platform provides real-time information and analysis on the illicit global trade in opiates, including details on cultivation, production and trafficking. This information includes up-to-date drug and precursor seizure news, details of drug and precursor prices and data relatated to poppy cultivation in Afghanistan. The platform also contains details of border crossing points, drug treatment centers and counter-narcotics training centers, with a focus on West and Central Asia. Currently, over 195,000 drug seizure cases are registered on the Platform, all with geographic coordinates to pinpoint their location.